Cookies Policy

This website uses cookies to improve and optimize the user experience. Below you will find detailed information on what the "cookies" are, what typology this website uses, how you can disable them in your browser and how to specifically block the installation of third-party cookies.

What are cookies and how do customers websites use them?

Cookies are files that the Web site or application you use installs in your browser or device (Smartphone, Tablet......) During your tour of the pages or the application, and serve to store information about your visit. Like most sites on the Internet, CUSTOMER web portals use cookies to:

Ensure that Web pages can work properly.
Store your preferences, such as the language you have selected or the font size.
Know your browsing experience.
Collect anonymous statistical information, such as what pages you've seen or how long you've been in our media.

The use of cookies allows us to optimize your browsing, adapting the information and services offered to your interests, to provide you with a better experience whenever you visit us. The client's web sites use cookies to work, adapt and make the user's browsing easier.

Cookies are only associated with an anonymous user and your computer/device and do not provide any references that allow you to know personal data. At all times you will be able to access the configuration of your browser to modify and/or block the installation of the cookies sent by the client's websites, without that it prevents the access to the contents. However, the quality of service performance maybe affected.

Users who complete the registration process or have logged in with their access data will be able to access personalized services adapted to their preferences according to the personal information provided at the time of registration and stored in the Cookie of your browser.

  • The authentication cookies are default temporary cookies (per sessions) not persistent, however, users can make it persistent by checking the check box "Remember Login" in the access control. For registered users.
  • Session cookies, which occur when logged, have a duration of 30 minutes from the last period of activity. For registered users.
  • A cookie is created called "Language" to store language-in a monolingual installation this is simply the default language of the browser, but if the site is compatible with multiple languages, then it can be different according to the selected language. For all types of users.

Cookie type




Online store

personalization (uses a single encrypted cookieto store all session



The date and time of the cookie has been created (in the format AAAA-MM-DD HH: MM: SS).

20 days


The ID of the selected language.


The ID of the selected currency.


The identifier for the last visited category of

product ads.


If the purchasing block is "folded" or "unfolded".


The IDs of the products viewed as a comma-separated list.


The ID of the current list shown in the block in your list.


The visitor's client ID when it has not been



The connection ID of the current session of

the visitor


The visitor's customer ID when you have



The customer’s last name.


The first name of the customer.


If the customer is connected.


The MD5 hash of the _ COOKIE_KEY_ in config/settings. inc. php and the password that the client uses to log in.


The email address that the customer uses to

log in.


The current basket ID shown in the purchase block.


The date and time of the cookie has been

created (in the format AAAA-MM-DD HH: MM: SS).


The ID of the selected language.


The employee ID.


The employee's last name.


The first name of the employee.

email profile

The email address that the employee uses to log in.


The identification of the profile that

determines which tabs the employee can access.


The MD5 hash of the _COOKIE_KEY_ in

config/settings. inc.php and the password that the employee uses to

log in.


"The Blowfish checksum is used to determine whether the cookie has been modified by a third person. If the checksum does not match, the client will have the

session closed and the

cookie will be deleted. "


utma: This cookie generates a unique user ID, which is used to recount how many times a user visits the site. He also records when it was the first and last time he visited the web. It lasts two years. Save the IP.

utmb and utmc: These cookies are used to calculate when a session is completed. The utmb logs the time of arrival to the page while the utmc checks whether to keep the session open or create a new session. Save the IP.

utmz: This cookie is the one that is in charge of registering the origin of the user, as well as the keywords. It has an expiration of six months, although it is renewed every time you visit the web, as long as it is not a direct visit. Save the IP.

How do i sep up my cookies?

  • By browsing and continuing on our website you will be consenting to the use of cookies under the conditions contained in this cookie policy. CLIENT provides access to this cookie policy at the time of registration with the objective that the user is informed, and without prejudice that the person may exercise its right to block, eliminate and reject the use of cookies at all times.
  • In any case we inform you that, since the cookies are not necessary for the use of our web site, you can block or disable them by activating the configuration of your browser, which allows you to refuse the installation of all the cookies or some of them. Most browsers make it possible to warn of the presence of cookies or to reject them automatically. If you reject them you can continue using our website, although the use of some of your services may be limited and therefore your experience in our website less satisfactory.

How can i block or allow cookies?

The user can-at any time-choose which cookies they want to work on this website by: